Dutch police detain 25 England supporters for violence

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Dutch police detained 90 England soccer supporters Friday for public order breaches ahead of their team's friendly worldwide against the Netherlands in Amsterdam.

Of the 100 England fans arrested, 94 were released with a fine, Dutch police said.

As well as the 100 fans detained on Friday, a further 25 were arrested on Thursday with Dutch authorities claiming some of them attacked officers.

The Three Lions loyal supporters are in the Dutch capital ahead of Friday night's clash with the Netherlands, a game you can hear live on talkSPORT from 7.45pm.

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Deputy chief constable Mark Roberts, the National Police Chiefs' Council (NPCC) head for football policing, believes the behaviour of a "large number" of supporters will have long-term ramifications for those wanting to travel overseas to watch England.

Jesse Lingard's first global goal secured the Three Lions a fully-deserved 1-0 win in Friday's World Cup warm-up friendly, but on-field success came with the cloud of off-field issues in Amsterdam.

'When we arrested that group it became quiet in the red light district.

Riot police were due to remain in Amsterdam to ensure there was no trouble after the game.

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"Anything else that takes away from that performance for them would be a great shame".

The FA said any of its members identified as causing trouble would be banned from the organisation.

Authorities have confirmed that nearly one hundred fans were arrested and held overnight for offences including public disorder.

Josh Mahoney, 23, is in Amsterdam with family for his first England game and told the Press Association the police were "very heavy handed".

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"They are representing our country in the same way we are". There was a riot van at the door pulling fans out of the pub.